Make Better Toast with These 5 Breads

Cold mornings (especially a couple months’ worth of them) call for warm bread. But no matter how simple a staple it may seem, not all toast is created equal.

Cold days (especially a couple months’ worth of them) call for warm bread. Really — it’s a fact.

But no matter how simple it may seem, not all toast is created equal. Any final product can only be as good as its components, so when it comes to bread and butter (or cheese, charcuterie or what have you), we choose quality loaves like those baked by Lake Katrine, NY’s Bread Alone.

They’ve been in the business of using organic ingredients to make handcrafted bread since 1983.

If the idea of toast still doesn’t seem too inspiring, we challenge you to think again. Might we suggest:

Making your preferred grilled cheese with this nine mixed grains bread to pair with this roasted parsnip and sweet potato soup from the Edible Brooklyn Cookbook:

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Or if you’d rather cut straight to the cheese, try this peasant bread with a selection from Stinky Bklyn:

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Add meat to the mix with this prosciutto and melon butter. It can make a mean crostini when spread on this sourdough bread:

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Make your best breakfast sandwich with slices of this whole wheat toast:

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Of course, you can always keep it simple with a little miche and butter from Kriemhild Dairy:

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This post is the most recent in a collaboration with Good Eggs. You can read more about Bread Alone on their website. Looking for more seasonal stories? Check out the “What’s in Season?” section of our sidebar (to the right) for some of the best of our timely content.

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